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June 13 09:52 AM

Auctions across the state expected to give buyers chances at some hot deals

Whether you’re looking for a good deal on a car, a boat, an RV, stereo equipment, or if equipment and machinery is your thing, there is an auction in the works for just about anyone.

An online-only auction is currently under way for U.S. Bankruptcy Trustee John Hodge, who is selling off the remaining inventory of Wright’s Sound Gallery in Shreveport. The auction will begin to close on Saturday (June 14) beginning at 6 p.m. with each lot closing just seconds behind the other.

The auction consists of televisions, a wide variety of speakers, sounds systems, amplifiers and electronic components. Bidders can register for the auction online at lawlerauction.com, where the bidding is already under way.

On Saturday, July 12, the Lawler Auction Facility north of Shreveport will be the place to be for bidders searching out good deals on cars, trucks, boats and RV’s, according to auctioneer Danny Lawler.

“We will have a boat and RV seized by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in connection with a white collar crime investigation out of Webster Parish along with drug seized vehicles seized by Caddo Parish District Attorney Charles Scott,” said Lawler. “That auction will be held in conjunction with an open consignment auction and a bankruptcy auction.”

The July 12 auction will also feature the vehicles owned by Wright’s Sound Gallery.

Included in the auction will be a prime piece of real estate located off of North Hearne Avenue that formerly held the Patterson Funeral Home. U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Stephen Callaway ordered the property sold at public auction. The property contains a building that was destroyed by fire; however, Lawler says he anticipates an entrepreneur will get a good deal on the property and be able to remarket it once the building and debris left behind by the fire are removed from the property.

Lawler Auctions’ Project Manager Kambri Younce says people wanting to sell their vehicles and equipment can consign their items to the auction by bringing them to the Lawler Auction Facility Monday through Friday during normal business hours.

“It’s a fast way to turn unwanted items into cash,” said Younce.

“It’s simple. You consign your items to the auction today and then we present them with a check on Tuesday, July 15th.”

Lawler Auctions has also been hired by U.S. Bankruptcy Trustee Elizabeth Andrus to conduct a liquidation auction for Ramco Directional Drilling Inc. and Ramdrill, LLC in Lafayette on July 29. That auction will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn across the street from the Cajun Dome.

U.S. Bankruptcy Trustee John Luster has commissioned Lawler auctions to conduct an auction on Aug. 15 to auction off the moveable assets as well as the real estate of Broadway Chip and Pallet Corporation in Ringgold, La. The auction will be held onsite in Ringgold.

Buyers can get more infor mation about these very exciting www.lawleraution.com where you can view photos, print lists and auctions by clicking on place absentee bids online.

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